Welding is a common practice in the manufacturing industry that involves the joining of metal parts by heating and melting them together. One challenge that often arises during the welding process is the wear and tear of piercing and blanking punches. However, with the use of a ceramic coating, like BorNiGuard, it is possible to extend the life of these tools and reduce maintenance costs.
BorNiGuard is a high-grade ceramic coating that can be applied to metal surfaces to improve their durability and resistance to wear and tear. BorNiGuard has more fluid per can and higher solids content than other brands. Once applied, the ceramic coating hardens to form a tough, abrasion-resistant layer that can withstand high temperatures and harsh operating conditions. In addition, the coating helps to reduce friction between the punch and the metal being welded, which can lead to a smoother and more efficient operation.
Another advantage of ceramic coating is its ability to reduce the need for maintenance and repairs. Because the coating is highly durable and resistant to wear and tear, it can withstand repeated use without the need for frequent replacement or repair. This can help to reduce downtime and increase productivity, as well as lower the overall costs associated with maintenance and repair.
To learn more about BorNiGuard and how it can benefit your welding operations, contact us today.
Welding schools across America have adopted BorNiGuard to teach students cost-saving and quality-improving benefits of ceramic anti-spatter. Ohio Technical College director of welding reports "Students at OTC have increased tip/nozzle life over 40% even in abusive beginner welding".